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soundsof71:

David Bowie’s handwritten notes on this Brian Ward photo used for the back cover of 1971’s Hunky Dory.

soundsof71:

David Bowie’s handwritten notes on this Brian Ward photo used for the back cover of 1971’s Hunky Dory.

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felinodorado:

Foals - Total Life Forever - Lyrics

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"Music tells us things — social things, psychological things, physical things about how we feel and perceive our bodies — in a way that other art forms can’t. It’s sometimes in the words, but just as often the content comes from a combination of sounds, rhythms, and vocal textures that communicate, as has been said by others, in ways that bypass the reasoning centers of the brain and go straight to our emotions. Music, and I’m not even talking about the lyrics here, tells us how other people view the world — people we have never met, sometimes people who are no longer alive — and it tells it in a non-descriptive way. Music embodies the way those people think and feel: we enter into new worlds — their worlds — and though our perception of those worlds might not be 100 accurate, encountering them can be completely transformative."

— David Byrne, How Music Works, 2012 (via lgsly)

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nickdrake:

David Bowie.

nickdrake:

David Bowie.

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Scenery of Ghibli

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nirvananews:

20 years ago: Beck and Thurston Moore high-five.

source.

nirvananews:

20 years ago: Beck and Thurston Moore high-five.

source.

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exam:

"The great wave of Kanagawa" (1831) by Katsushika Hokusai

exam:

"The great wave of Kanagawa" (1831) by Katsushika Hokusai

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beatlesfoursale:

The ‘Concert for Bangladesh’ took place on this day in 1971.

beatlesfoursale:

The ‘Concert for Bangladesh’ took place on this day in 1971.

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andrealessi:

Cat Power - Lived in Bars

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